Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush is asking the state legislature for $5 million to purchase a statewide e-filing software system that will allow litigants to file and process all court documents online.
Dan Burger, Vice President and Executive Managing Editor of IT Jungle, says too many people view content management systems as a simply a way to scan and capture vast amounts of paper documents. "But if that's all you think it is, you are missing the big picture," he warned in a recent article.
ARMA International has joined forces with a handful of private sector information management organizations to form the Coalition for Public Sector Information Governance Leadership. Together they plan to offer guidance and ideas on IG best practices to the federal government.
The EPA Inspector General announced plans this week to conduct an internal audit to look into whether the agency intentionally destroyed text messages sent by a top official.
A recent study of the pediatric health care industry revealed that the use of electronic health records is on the rise.
Here's a statistic for you. 34 percent of Chicago's total trash output comes from paper.
The Office of Management and Budget has received a proposal for a new set of rules for Stage 3 of the Meaningful Use Electronic Health Records incentive program. If approved, the rules could relax the stringent nature of Stage 2 rules that currently make EHR adoption difficult for small healthcare organizations and medical practices.
Since more than half of adults own a smartphone and 95 percent of organizations either support or allow BYOD programs, mobile capture is becoming more than just a catchphrase. Once simply a tool for field workers to snap an image of a document on the fly, mobile capture is now a cog in the work processes of all kinds of industries and office environments.
Depending on who you listen to, email is a pox on the entire records management ecosystem or simply an inevitable consequence of the modern workplace. From discovery to storage to info governance, email poses challenges to even the strongest records management policies--which is unfortunate since it's widespread use isn't likely to change anytime soon.
If you're hanging on to paper copies of documents once they've been digitized, you may not only be wasting space. You might also also be opening yourself up to discovery risks.